Leukemia RSS Feeds
Site - stbaldricks.org/blog
About Site - St. Baldricks is a childhood cancer charity funding the most promising research to find cures for kids with cancer. Read St. Baldrick's blog to learn more about childhood cancer,specifically on Leukemia.
About Site - Read the latest medical research and information on leukemia. Learn about the symptoms and diagnosis of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) and other leukemia types. What new leukemia treatments are under development.
4. Learning From And About Cancer (chronic lymphocytic leukemia or CLL) by Dr. Brian Koffman RSS Feed
Site - bkoffman.blogspot.com
Claremont, CA, United States
About Site - What started as a personal journey of a doctor turned patient morphed into a way to share what's universal in dealing with cancer, in my case a nasty leukemia (CLL), a failed transplant and a successful clinical trial. The telling of my journey has become a journey to teach about CLL, related blood issues and all cancers.
Site - runnerwrites.blogspot.com
About Site - Thoughts from a tennis player and runner who ran right into leukemia. It is a story of running into a diagnosis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia, or AML, in 2003 after feeling unusually winded while running a 10K race. It is a story of falling down and getting up by an author Ronni Gordon.
Lexington, Massachusetts, United States
About Site - In 2014 our 26-year-old son, David, was diagnosed with leukemia and my dormant blog became a chronicle of our experience. He died August 12, 2015. Now I focus my blog on my post-leukemia life, manic depression (bipolar), and other musings.
Site - dominicaml.blogspot.com
Medicine Hat, AB
About Site - Our son Dominic was admitted to Alberta Children's Hospital Sept. 12, 2013, diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. He died Sept. 3, 2015. This blog tracks his journey and ours.
About Site - On March 19, 2019, Lukas Voelz, who is just shy of his 2nd birthday, was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Our world came to a halt at that moment and will be forever changed. Our 2 year old Lukas is strong, brave, and a fighter! We know he will beat this and go on to do great things in life. Lukas is the most remarkable little boy that you will ever come across.
Site - terikickingbutt.blogspot.in
About Site - A blog to share with family, friends, and fellow travelers about the experience of living with and fighting against AML -- with the goal of KICKING CANCER'S BUTT authored by Teri and B.
About Site - Finding out its not the flu, but Cancer is a life changing moment. Everything stops and changes. This is my story as I fight APL(Acute Promyelocytic (M3) Leukemia). This is story of an author lisa lee.
Site - remissionman.com/blog
About Site - Steve is a multi-sport athlete (soccer, basketball, baseball) . Steve earned many honors including Most Valuable Player recognition, and a Distinguished Alumni award for his charitable work in the community. Life threw Steve a curve ball when he was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia(CLL). His diagnosis drew him to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training program as a coach.
About Site - Rachana was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia(AML) a type of blood cancer, on March 22nd 2016. Her treatment started at UT Southwestern's Clements Hospital in Dallas, Texas, on March 30th 2016. The treatment followed the CALGB 10403 plan which is a complicated routine of nearly weekly chemos for 8 months. This blog has regular updates on Rachana's recovery to good health.
About Site - When I was 17 I was diagnosed with leukemia, a deadly blood cancer. This blog is a story of my journey through it all and shows how I've managed to stay happy and healthy to this day. I'm also a medical student - so I hope my experiences from both sides of the doctor patient relationship can inspire you to be the best person you can be.
Denton, Texas, United States
About Site - This blog about Dave story when he found out that he had an incurable leukemia, he began recording his thoughts and emotions about the disease, and sending them to his family and friends in a series of messages we called 'Dave's Great Adventure.
Site - loveinourblood.com/blog
About Site - We're Brandon and Michelle; lovers of laughter. Our unified goal: to leave the world a better place than we found it. In our first year of marriage we've faced a terminal leukemia diagnosis, a 2500 mile move, and a stem cell transplant. Join us on our journey to a cancer-free life.
Site - recoveryfromcml.blogspot.in
About Site - I was diagnosed with Old Man's Cancer (Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia) (CML) on the 19th January 2007 when I was 22. This is an open honest blog about what it's like living with a user friendly cancer, taking pill chemotherapy daily, possibly for life, and everything that goes along side it.
Santa Rosa, CA
About Site - Caemon is a little boy who was diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML) just before his third birthday. After several rounds of chemotherapy and finally a bone marrow transplant, Caemon lost his battle with leukemia on February 5, 2013. Read Caemon's story on our blog.
Site - moeaml.blogspot.in/
About Site - Maureen was admitted to Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston MA 12/16/14 with Acute Myloid Leukemia. She underwent two rounds of high intensity chemo followed by a transplant March 19, 2015. The leukemia was in remission for several months but returned late August '15. Since then Maureen has had several different types of treatment both as an inpatient and outpatient. She hopes to go home soon.
About Site - Through this blog, psychologist share experiences, both as a patient and as a psychologist, of living with chronic illness. Psychologist CML(Chronic myelogenous leukemia) diagnosis followed a long history of other health challenges
Site - supermansamuel.blogspot.com
About Site - Sam was diagnosed with AML in June of 2012, and relapsed in April of 2013. His bone marrow transplant was in August of 2013, but he relapsed again in November and died in December, 2013.We miss him every day. This blog is called Superman Sam not because he loved Superman, but because he was OUR superman.
Site - hopesstones.wordpress.com
About Site - One of my precious family members was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL). Being thrown into a cancer treatment program is scary and confusing. These entries are informative and devotional in nature, for the support of Christian families and others seeking faith in the fight against cancer. The informative entries are specific to childhood leukemia.
Site - howsdave.blogspot.in
About Site - Written by Anna L. Conti, and David W. Sumner. This is a way to keep friends and family informed, without having to make a lot of phone calls, or separate emails. It was started on May 18, 2007, the day after we got the diagnosis of Dave's Leukemia, and we're hoping it will go for a long, long time. This is a personal space, as opposed to the 'professional' blogs that Dave & Anna keep elsewhere.
About Site - This blog is about finding humor and meaning in the ups and downs of blood cancer treatment. Jenny Lovejoy Bennett's Acute Myeloid Leukemia(AML) story and diagnosed with bone marrow transplant. Jenny's seven-year-old daughter was diagnosed with an advanced stage B-cell lymphoma. Jenny has maintained this blog to share her experiences, bringing insight, laughter, and tears to a subject .
Site - jongershon.blogspot.in
About Site - I started this blog to keep my friends and family informed about my progress with Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML). I was diagnosed with CML on March 3, 2006 after having some blood work ordered by my ophthalmologist. I am going to be tracking my progress throughout my treatment.